Rutvik Gandhasri Wins CBS Bay Area Regional Spelling Bee With O-M-O-D-Y-N-I-AMore than 50 of the Bay Area’s best spellers faced off Saturday afternoon at the CBS Bay Area Regional Spelling Bee for the fourth year in a row.
Practice Makes P-E-R-F-E-C-T For Two-Time Spelling Bee ChampWhen you have been occupied for weeks honing your ability to spell the toughest words in the English language, a simple request needs some careful consideration.
Repairs On Massive Orinda Sinkhole BeginThe fix for gaping sinkhole on Miner Road in Orinda is coming closer to reality after one of the main obstacles to make repairs was resolved.
KPIX Sky Drone 5: San Joaquin River Likely To Stay Swollen Until Mid-Summer After weeks of heavy rain, the San Joaquin River  just south of Tracy remains very swollen. Trees remain submerged as far as the eye can see. It paints a good picture of just how wet this winter has been.
SkyDrone 5 Shows Remarkable Comeback For San Luis ReservoirSan Luis Reservoir, one of the state's largest, was also one of its driest. What a difference one winter can make.
Repairs to Washed-Out Highway 35 To Take MonthsOne of the Bay Area's largest mudslides and the gaping hole it left in Highway 35 may not be repaired this year, according to a transportation official.
Big Sur Continues To Cope With Closure Of Pfeiffer Canyon BridgeOne area hit particularly hard by storm damage is Big Sur, a small coastal community that has essentially been cut in half with the closure of the Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge.
Massive Mudslide Turns Mount Hamilton Snow Lovers AwayA chilly winter storm front left a dusting of snow on the Bay Area highest peaks like the South Bay’s Mount Hamilton. However, getting there to enjoy a rare snowball fight has can be quite a challenge.
The Changing Face Of San Francisco’s Bayview DistrictIt seems change is the order of the day for many of San Francisco’s neighborhoods. The Bayview is no different.
Teloyears Test May Reveal How Well You're AgingThe simple genetic test measures the length of our telomeres, which are a unique DNA sequence that forms caps at the ends of chromosomes.
California School Administrators Still Pension Spiking, Despite Pension ReformsCalifornia's schools may be cash strapped, but many school administrators are still retiring on easy street.
San Francisco's Big Dig Ahead Of ScheduleFor months the barriers near Union Square have been the only visible sign to San Franciscans that work on the Central Subway was underway.

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